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Yep, Kendall and Kylie Jenner Are Shoe Designers Now

Is there anything that Kendall and Kylie Jenner can’t do? With PacSun and Topshop collaborations under their belt and their new Kendall + Kylie clothing label, the duo have created quite the fashion empire for themselves. Next on their list? A shoe line. Kendall leaked the news on Twitter with a sneak peak photos of the collection. 

“I really love it, Kendall told Footwear News. “We’ve been excited about this for a while. We’ve been working on it for about a year, but it’s so cool to see everything in person.”

“My sisters tend to wear heels, but I’m super into flats,” relayed Kendall. But Kylie is all about heels. “I don’t wear flats. Ever. I don’t own a pair, not even gladiators,” she said. “Just a few sneakers—that’s the only time I’ll wear a flat.” Kylie went on to state that heels make her feel more secure. “I’m not as skinny as Kendall, so when I’m in heels, it makes my legs look longer and slimmer.”

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Can the sisters see eye to eye for the footwear collection? Apparently so. According to the interview, the footwear collection will include around 70 different styles. “Think strappy stilettos, sharp pumps, pointed mules, flatforms and the odd flat sandal, all done in a streamlined palette to complement the apparel’s overall neutrality.” Whew. We like options. 

Image courtesy of Nikko La Mere for Footwear News

Image courtesy of Nikko La Mere for Footwear News

When asked to describe themselves in shoe form, Kylie said she was a “lace-up thigh-high” and Kendall said she is a “cool boot heel. Or a bright metallic pump, like my Manolos.” As for the sibling with the most shoes? That would be Khloe. “She has a ton — the most of any of us,” Kendall said. 

The new footwear collection will debut on Kendall + Kylie in Spring 2016. Clothing will be capped at $250, while the shoe styles will range from $89 to $160. I don’t know about you, but we’re pretty stoked to get our hands on a pair. Read the rest of the interview and see more photos over at Footwear News